A Decade of Education for Citizenship: Induction Teachers Reflect on its Practice in their Primary Schools

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Abstract

In March 2011 the School of Education at the University of the West of Scotland
delivered a module in collaboration with the International School for Holocaust Studies
at Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, to a small group of third year undergraduate B.Ed. students.
Yad Vashem is the Holocaust Marytrs’ and Heroes Remembrance Authority in Jerusalem
and the world centre for Holocaust research and education. Entitled Holocaust Studies
and Citizenship, this option module was delivered to 11 students. The perceived
advantages of this collaborative delivery were student access to staff expertise in
Holocaust Studies and to an extensive range of educational materials through the Yad
Vashem website and collection, and student provision of a wider international
perspective on Holocaust and Genocide Studies than could be delivered by the
University on its own.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventScottish Educational Research Association 2011 - Stirling Highland Hotel, Stirling, United Kingdom
Duration: 24 Oct 201125 Oct 2011
http://www.sera.ac.uk/documents/2011/Conference_booklet_2011_Revised_version_16_November_2011.pdf

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ConferenceScottish Educational Research Association 2011
Abbreviated titleSERA 2011
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityStirling
Period24/10/1125/10/11
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Cowan, P. (2011). A Decade of Education for Citizenship: Induction Teachers Reflect on its Practice in their Primary Schools. Paper presented at Scottish Educational Research Association 2011, Stirling, United Kingdom.
Cowan, Paula. / A Decade of Education for Citizenship : Induction Teachers Reflect on its Practice in their Primary Schools. Paper presented at Scottish Educational Research Association 2011, Stirling, United Kingdom.
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Cowan, P 2011, 'A Decade of Education for Citizenship: Induction Teachers Reflect on its Practice in their Primary Schools' Paper presented at Scottish Educational Research Association 2011, Stirling, United Kingdom, 24/10/11 - 25/10/11, .

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